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IT Management Linux News for May 24, 2000

  • BW: ActiveState Selects Mozilla Platform for Komodo; Will Develop Multi-Language Cross-Platform IDE (May 24, 2000, 21:36)
    "We view Mozilla as a very exciting platform as it offers an open, modern component framework for cross-platform application development... ur contributions to the Mozilla open source effort will start with adding Python and Perl bindings to XPCOM, Mozilla's component architecture."

  • LinuxStockNews: Exclusive Interview with Bernie Thompson Of VistaSource, Inc. (May 24, 2000, 16:33)
    "Do you have any plans for an IPO, spin-off or sale of VistaSource? ... We launched the creation of the new company on April 24, with the intent to complete our spin-off through an IPO..."

  • Forbes: A Marriage Made In Linux Heaven (May 24, 2000, 14:28)
    "EBiz Enterprises was looking for a way to grow from a bulletin board stock to a Nasdaq stock. was stuck in pre-IPO mode, its plans for a public offering scuttled by the sour market."

  • VNU Net: Customers wary of Windows 2000 (May 24, 2000, 13:25)
    "The majority of Windows NT users are delaying migration to Windows 2000 by up to 18 months because they fear the platform will be too unreliable or have no immediate effect on their business."

  • Upside: Lineo marches toward IPO (May 24, 2000, 11:11)
    "Granted, Sparks has his reasons for staying silent. Given the current market attitude towards Linux-related companies, an attitude that can be described as ambiguous at best, the last thing he needs to do is go comparing himself to anybody else, least of all a fellow Linux company that watched its IPO hopes melt in the wake of management turmoil and shifting investor mood."

  • Denver Post: LinuxMall going public in merger deal (May 24, 2000, 11:02)
    "We think this makes us undeniably the No. 1 player in our space," said's chief executive Dave Shaw, who will become the chief executive of the new company."

  • LinuxStockNews: Week in Review (MAY 22, 2000) (May 24, 2000, 10:47)
    "Hello Readers, this week we'll look at the trouble at Corel (NASD: CORL), new tools from Oracle (NASD: ORCL), free Sair (subsidiary of Thomson, TSE: TOC) Linux 'boot camps', the Lineo (private) IPO and much much more. Read on for all the details!"

  • WideOpenNews/Hambrecht: Open Source: Sizing the Linux Opportunity (May 24, 2000, 00:13)
    "...a common question: 'How much money can you make from free software?' Our estimate: over $12 billion by 2003."

  • LinuxPR: LinuxBusiness to help Businesses adopt Linux Solutions (May 24, 2000, 00:10)
    "LinuxBusiness aims to build the ever most comprehensive repository of different ways to use Linux in corporate environments."